Magazine is broken iPad

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Big thanks to Eric Williams for pointing me to this video. I don’t completely accept the premise, but its interesting to think that my son may never have a print subscription of any kind.

Dad life

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I’m not sure that I fit the stereotype portrayed here just yet, but I’m noticing some disturbing trends.¬†Thanks to Luke VanSkike for pointing me at this video.

Why did the turkey cross the road?

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To hit my Ranger. I had a run in with a ditch turkey yesterday. This is what happens when a fat bird jumps out of the ditch. Tip of the (feathered) hat to my friend Robert Mayo for the Angry Birds shtick on which I’ve been riffing for the last 24 hours.

Proof of life

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As promised, here are the sonogram images and video of our son. Thanks to everyone who assumed that our announcement was an April Fools’ scheme – you made our day!

It’s a boy!

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Diane and I are announcing today that we’re expecting our first child. Our son is due in early September and we couldn’t be more excited. He’ll be the first grandchild on my side of the family and the first male grandchild on Diane’s side. Last December, I made a blog post about how we had […]

Shatner sings FU

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Not bad for an 80-year-old. Shatner was on Lopez the other night performing a song by Cee Lo Green. The funny in this video is not only Shatner’s performance, it’s the backup singers. Not only are they dressed as characters from Shatner’s acting career, they also sing “Shatner” at about 1:15 in the video. If […]


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Image via Wikipedia Last night we watched The Diplomat. It wasn’t a bad movie, but there wasn’t exactly a payoff. The Blu-ray was divided into two parts, and it was only once we got it back to the house that we realized it was a British TV production. I thought the movie was over once […]